Friday, March 6, 2009

Isochronous at Zula

On the back of their huge weekend success at Ramfest, Isochronous played to a medium sized crowd at Zula Bar on Wednesday where Richard Brokensha (front man to both Isochronous and Kidofdoom) could be seen to still be recovering from a heavy few days.

Their music is heavily synth driven with ecstatic drum sequences and pulsating guitar and base riffs. I bought their album on the night, it's good. But nothing compares to a live Isochronous show. They finished their set, or tried to finish their set, but the crowd that had gathered would not let them leave the stage without playing one last song. Vibing! I am excited to see them perform to larger crowds in the months to come, they are going to be huge.

They continue their Cape Town tour tonight at Mercury with Ashtray Electric and tomorrow at the Klein Libertas with Taxi Violence. It promises to be a winner of a weekend with Iso and the rest.

Pics from Zula will follow soon.

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